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from tampa bay's number one news station. this is "good day tampa bay." >> alcides: yeah, final countdown is on. just three days out from the presidential election and the candidates are both setting their sights right >> sorboni: one of bay area's biggest stars target. how an armed intruder managed to get inside a bucs player's home and who they ran into when they were inside. good saturday morning, saturday, november 5, i am alcides segui. >> sorboni: hi, everyone, i am sorboni banerjee. thank you for being with us. those stories in just a minute but we want to get you up to speed on the weather out there to make those weekend plans. hi, lindsay. >> lindsay: good morning.
you noticed 9 north wind gradually pulling in the humidity. and a whole lot of sunshine to be had as well. clear skies in lakeland. if you were headed to the beach today, what you noticed this, a breezy northeast wind kicking all afternoon will keep our wave heights choppy for anyone boating offshore. 70 in st. petersburg. this is not the cool morning. tomorrow slightly cooler behind a cold front that moved through overnight. we have actually dropped to 67 this hour here in tampa, but it is 61 in crystal river. 66 in wauchula. 70 in sarasota with drier air nudging in. there is the front ahead of it. some of us saw a quick little shower. and we stay dry. clear skies this morning and a few clouds this afternoon. watch our dew points tampa north shy of 60 the drier air and guess whats with headed through our area throughout the day. you will notice the weekend looks good. cmfortable through the afternoons.
not quite as warm as yesterday with a nice breeze. it's the final push. we are just days away from the general election. both candidates are zeroeing in on florida. donald trump will be in tampa in just a cup of hours. >> sorboni: that's where fox 13's kellie cowan joins us this morning. and kellie, the crowd is already pouring in? >> reporter: yeah, the crowds are already filling in here. i will step aside in just a second so you can see just how big the crowd is. no turned around because they got notice they were live on national network tv. i don't know if we will get the same privilege but step aside to take a look at the crowd here. donald trump is expected to take the stage here at 10 a.m. this morning, this is his second visit to the bay area this week alone. and he is expected to make campaign stops all over flo florida. in this final push for the sunshine state. now right now, polls are still too close to call in florida
the bay area. 60% of florida voters cast their ballot. projections showing clinton with a lead few irthan 100,000 votes, so this one again just too close to call right now in the sunshine state. now the clinton machine has been churning out as well in full throttle. last night, her rally in cleveland drew thousands with jay-z and beyonce by her side. and, of course, country as well and that will continue today as well barack obama hitting the campaign trail. he was in north carolina for her yesterday. clinton making a stop today in south florida, in miami this morning, and then she will have another rally later on. more star power on the -- on the schedule for her. a concert with katy perry later on tonight. tomorrow, a rally in cleveland yet again, this time alongside lebron james.
from here, he goes on to north carolina, then nevada before rounding things off in denver, colorado you later on this evening. of course, we will be live here to cover the full trump rally here in tampa, and we will bring you the latest as we get it. >> alcides: kell kellie, just to mention if you want to go to that rally go to our web site at fox13news.com. or his web site. then you can go to the florida state fairgrounds. this morning. kellie, thank you so much. on the democratic side, vice presidential nominee tim kaine will make multiple pots. in ft. myers at a canvassing event at southwestern florida state college. 4:45 in sarasota at the francis banquet hall. doors anticipate at 2:45. hillary clinton is getting star-powered help from john bon jovi, the rock star is putting
doors open at 7:00. people interested must register on clinton's web site and then pick up the tickets at her campaign offices. again, tickets are available to an first come, first serve basis. presidential candidates and their surrogates are blanketing battle ground states in a l last-minute effort to get that last vote. >> reporter: fox news correspondent lawyerin bl blanchard has the latest. know when to shut off. >> reporter: looks like the 2016 campaign will not change its negative tune until now and next tuesday. mark cuban lashing out at donald trump. only four days left, focusing on their rival's weaknesses instead of touting their own chance. clinton labelling trump as a dangerous choice. >> think about what it will mean to entrust the nuclear
thin skin, who lashes out to anyone who challenges him. >> reporter: in new hampshire, trump saying the renewed fbi investigation of clinton's e-mails would keep his opponent from being able to govern effectively. >> how can hillary manage this country when she can't even manage her e-mails. >> reporter: the fbi's october surprise is boosting trump's standing. the newest fox news electoral scorecard still shows a tough path for trump, but some very moves from a toss-up to leaning republican state, and trump has tightened its hold on missouri and indiana, while typically democratic new hampshire could go either way. although there is concerns of election-day hacking attempts. a senior administration official say they have remained confident and believe it will be extremely difficult for anyone to alter election results. in washington, lauren blan
if you were headed out, be sure to bring a photo and signature id. it helps to have your sample ballot with you filled out. early voting ends today in all counties except hillsborough, pinellas and polk. those counties will have until sunday and election day is tuesday. polling stations are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. sue with think the bucs gerard mccoy is the last guy you would want to mess with, but tampa police say he became the taet hours before taking the field thursday night. and we are learning his father was hurt during that incident as well. it happened around 4:00 thursday. mccoy and his team were getting ready to take on the falcons when he heard about the news. yeah, according to police 17-year-old justin frazier got into mccoy's house through an unlocked door. he and mccoy's dad came face to face and frazier pulled out a realistic air soft gun and
wrist during that scuffle. frazier got away but didn't get very far. they found him at a neighbor's house. they found a bag with a bunch of stolen items inside. coach dirk cutter was informed of the eupbt before thursday night's game. >> i talked briefly to gerard before the game to make sure he was okay. and, you know, he seemed -- he seemed fine. >> it is fortunate this didn't turn out worse than it was because which looked like a real we weapon. >> mccoy isn't saying much that only that his family is doing well and safe. frazier face burglary and aggravated assault charges and he is believed to be connected to two burglaries -- several burglaries in pasco and hillsborough county as well. we are learning more of a driver accused of a deadly hit-and-run in lake wales. charles lewis went before a judge on friday. his bond was set at more than
device. lewis is accused of seriously injuring deputy adam pinel along route 360 and killing the woman pinel was helping jessica otero. during his arrest.he told investigators he was sorry but they say that is not enough. >> saying that he was sorry is too late. there is nothing he can say that is going to ease our pain. had four beers the night of the crash. he thought he hit something with his truck and he didn't think it was two people. if convicted lewis could face up to 30 years in prison. have you seen it yet, tampa bay's new mystery monkey is on the move again. florida fish and wildlife shared this video.us. fwc say a dozen reported sightings since october 24. fox 13 viewer jennifer howell spotted it friday morning clearwater. the first sighting is in
animal traveled about 35 miles so far. howell tells us can't wait to tell us where it will pop up next. >> it is definitely interesting and everyone out there has got to keep an eye out for a monkey because i guess he could be anywhere. i don't think he would be there in clearwater. >> alcides: folks in clearwater know the original mystery monkey named cornelius avoided capture for three years until 2012. its new home is inad 8-year-old twins in manatee county are being called heroes for helping their grandfather. eli and connor fitzpatrick's grandfather started having a heart attack while they were watching them. quickly grabbed the phone and called 911 and had to hand it over to eli. eli stayed on line with the dispatcher and connor put the family pets up and waited for paramedics outside. the two were given bravery awards by ems. the dispatcher says they
>> it was a touching call. they were nervous help in did a great job of answering the questions and grampy's heart is hurting. >> it is doing a lot better now. he has recovered since thater at attack. he is still watching the boys after school and they continue to keep an eye on him. >> alcides: some good boys right there. >> sorboni: their mom was a dispatcher too. she taught them well. >> alcides: i didn't notice that. >> sorboni: had tm >> alcides: would explain a lot. good news and bad news when it comes to the bucs. >> two players could suffer season-ending knee injuries. >> alcides: didn't hear that yet. sports director scott smith is taking us inside of all the fun coming up in sports. hey, lindsay. >> lindsay: good morning in the weather department. humidity is dropping some today. we dropped a few degrees since the start of good day, and i
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dangerous for swimmers and surfers. most people were prepared and they weren't too concerned about the damage. pretty rolling in as long as you are careful. gorgeous out there. >> lindsay: the surfers are loving that and the rip cur currents, we always talk about that, you want to watch out for that. 8:15 guys, and it is early november. it is a beach day. >> sorboni: approximates a beach day. >> alcides: 67 degrees. am i seeing that. >> lindsay: yes, i know you want to bring it down a few degrees >> sorboni: we will we will take it. >> lindsay: the waves at the beach. mere manageable. a foot for two this morning because we don't have the onshore wind. the northwest wind. we flip-flop the winds out of the northeast. behind a cold front. it won't exactly be cool today and won't be cool this morning. but will be less humid throughout the day from north to south. near 70 on clearwater beach. that is above our average low
bayshore. you can see that rippling over tampa bay. the sign of that breeze picking up by late morning. something we will have to combat if you have boating plans today. 67 in tampa which is a drop from the start of the show. it is 64 in plant city. 69 in pinellas park. palm harbor at 66. i do have low 60s to show from you inverness to crystal river. the cool spots. by tomorrow morning, you will be in the upper 50s. so dropping down a few degrees but that is normal. that's where w time of year. it is 68 in englewood. good morning. sarasota at 70 degrees. it is near 70 in arcadia at 67. bartow and frostproof both at 66. around the country, where is the cold air? well there are cold front obviously not a particularly strong one. we have upper 50s in jacksonville, but look at lexington, kentucky, 34. it is 48 in chicago. 35 in d.c. there is that mild air across the plains. we have actually see some active weather across the
we saw a couple of sprinkles ahead of this cold front which is now south of the area. so i would say our rain chances have come to an end for today. a whole lot of sun, and also bringing in high clouds from the east. but any rain that is to our east, one or two sprinkles south of vero. that's it in the rain department. we are dragging in that drier air mass. so dew points as high as they are in sebring at 66. check out the upper 50s in crystal river. that is the leading edge of the drier air moving in throughout the day. our forecast dew points by by dinnertime here they are in the 50s tonight. actually have a friend who is getting married outside in sarasota. it will be nice. you will enjoy those dew points brides-to-be in the upper 50s. our winds will be picking up and aren't gusty yet but breezy in pinellas county. the first gust of the morning at 16 in venice. throughout the day we go. 3 p.m. 82 degrees. a few clouds. a good-looking afternoon and a fairly seasonable day.
tampa bay. low humidity up to 82. don't forget to fall back. daylight saving time comes to an end which means we gain an extra hour of sleep.you are lucky. if you don't like it, the sunrise coming up earlier, 6:45 tomorrow morning. during the day or into the evening tonight, we are down to 65. further north you live, go with upper 50s. tomorrow that high of 82. there is that sunrise at 6:45. boating includes small-craft advisory for our off shore boaters. i think near shore you are o morning. my seven-day forecast, and then again, a quiet week. november, driest month of the year a 20% rain chance on wednesday. but dry for anyone heading out to the polls on election day. good morning. thursday night, jameis winston and mike evans weren't able to finish the game, but yesterday encouraging news for both. dirk cutter says that jameis just fine. evans under league's concussion
receiver to be practicing by monday. that is good news. unfortunately some devastating injury news for running back anton smith and defensive end howard jones. they both may be facing se season-ending knee injuries. now thursday night, cutter, he did make a controversial call in the second quarter declining a 15-yard falcons penalty one that would push atlanta out of field goal range. brought down a fourth down. and falcons able to drill a field goal. cutter saying on friday t his defense haven't exactly instilled confidence. atlanta that shedded the bucs dushtion at 461 yards. meanwhile kept stalling out in the second half. cutter said with all these issues, and there are plenty -- the buck stops with him. >> i think we can play to a higher level across the board, and that starts with me, first and foremost.
guys, how this motivate them, how to get them on the same page. how to get them to play together. how to get them to play up to the talent level that i think we have. that's -- that's all -- that is how that all starts with me. >> anchor: here is the line-up this sunday with tailgate sunday 10:30 a.m. the bucs do not play plenty to talk about with the last of the falcons followed by the netrk fox kickoff followed by fox 13 sunday. 1:00 the eagles taking on the giants. how are the chicago cubs and one heck of a parade celebration. started at 11 a.m. on friday. an estimate 5 million people came out to cheer on their champs. the team waved from open-air open-air buss as the parade made its way, seven-mile stretch from wrigley field to grant park.
scheduled day off for the chicago public schools, so the kids, they didn't have to play hooky, but this may be a celebration that they go on to celebrate every year for the next 108 years. not a bad way to bring about that celebration. that is sports this morning. we will send it back to you. it is every parent's worst nightmare. a child diagnosed with cancer. >> sorboni: reality for one popular singer as he announces his 3-year-old son is fighting for his life. for his life. we are amendment 1 is endorsed by florida's firefighters... amendment 1 protects consumers from scams, and unsafe solar installations. safe solar for the sunshine state. vote yes on amendment 1. for the sun. carson and i have seen some terrible ads attacking our mom dana young. for things she never did. it hurts because mom is cool. she is caring, she works hard. whenever something is not right mom is on it. trust us we know from experience.
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his oldest son noah has cancer. in the statement he said the 3-year-old is receiving treatment in the united states. an unthinkable diagnosis for so many parents. dr. jo has more on pediatric cancer and what parents can do to be proactive. michael buble has asked for privacy so we don't know what kind of cancer his son noah is battling, all we know is that noah is 3 years old and discovered in his neck. childhood cancers different than those in admults freq frequency. thankfully they are not as common. certain cancers that are more common in kids. include cancer of the blood, nervous tissue and limp nodes. like noah, one sign of cancer is a lump or a mass that can be found in places like the neck, abdomen, armpit or maybe even the groin; however, they can also be the result of an infection and another nonmalignant cause, so don't
if your child is constantly tired, weak or irritable or is complaining of persistent belly or head pain, especially combined with nausea, probably something that you do want to discuss with your pediatrician. cancers in kids can also show up in the eye. one type looks white behind the pupil. sometimes it shows up in a flash photograph. one eye has a red reflex and the other does not. watch for vision problems and drooping eyelids as well other red flags are abnormal bruising, bleeding or rashes. fictions that just don't search to go away. recurrent fevers and night sweats. of course, unexplained weight loss in children can be a cause for concern. bottom line, some childhood cancers like neuroblastoma are likely present from birth. they can stay denen deep inside the body and no matter how observant it usually is not found until it spreads to a
some of the symptoms may indicate there is a problem. given the odds, that is something less serious. but something that needs less attention. good news cancer therapy in kids have come a long way and even better when it is diagnosed early. all good reasons seeing a pediatrician regularly one that knows your child is so important. back to you. all right, 8:26 right now. a duo of crazy animal stories for youot florida. first a squirrel terrorizes residents of a senior home and a giant pig is found wandering a busy florida highway. we will have both of those stories for you coming up next. at 8:26. no tricks up my sleeve this morning. really a nice start of the day turning breezy, and look how crowded the beach on november 5. nice morning in sirata beach 70 degrees. maybe too warm.
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from tampa bay's number one news station, this is" good day tampa bay." >> lindsay: good morning to you at 8:29, a cold front moved through overnight. throughout the weekend, you will notice humidity going down d where winds are up. so while it is 70 degrees, feels cooler than that because of the breeze and picks up late this morning and afternoon. cloud in the kai. great visibility all the way from pinellas county pointing east. here is river view, 64 degrees. calm winds for you and breezier winds by late mornin, midday area wide. it is 61 in crystal river. that is closer to normal. we should be at 63. lakeland, 64.
arcadia. around the state, you have to head north for any cooler temperatures. and you can see around this state that this cold front moved through wasn't a strong one as the coolest number is 55 in jacksonville. it is drier though. noticeably less humid in brooksville. your dew point at 59. and even that 61 in tampa is a good reading. we will see dew points in the 50s today and sunshine today. so here is the front diving south. any rain today likely no. of course, that is because of all the sun. the drier air mass. a breezy what gusty day and less gusty for sunday and sunday morning when we fall back, a pleasant 65 here in tampa. 8:30 now, and here is a look at some of today's top stories in largo. police are investigating after a woman is found dead inside her home at the down yonder mobile home park. a man at that home has been
domestic battery and the investigation is.in the early stages. police have not released his name or the name of the victims yet. a landlord arrested for breaking into one of his own rented-out homes. new port richey police say a, two if he miami tenants were inside. he zip tied their wrists, stole oxy con din pills. even though vineyard was wearing a ski mask, the victims knew it was police. detectives say vineyard admitted to the crime. a construction worker is in serious condition in a st. pete hospital after being shocked. he was on a ladder with a metal gutter when it accidentally touched a power line and caused an explosion. we are told the man caught f fire. his co-workers sprang into action to save him. the blast also caused a power outage downtown that lasted a cup of hours. all right, the time is 8 8:31.
and the campaigns are not letting up. both candidates are in florida. donald trump will be in tampa in less than two hours. >> sorboni: that is where fox 13's kellie cowan gins us live at the florida state fairgrounds where he is expected at 10 a.m., but as we say good morning to kelly, we find a very busy, very crowded room already. kelly, is going on. >> reporter: yeah, you can see it filling in right behind me. an hour and a half ago the doors opened here and fans of donald trump began clamoring ino the buildg of the stage right now. and it is getting pretty packed in there. i will step aside so you can see just how many people are here already. hundreds of people here already at this rally in tampa. expected to be likely his last stop in tampa, but certainly not his last in florida before election day, and here is why. florida simply too close to call right now and he is expected to make a big push in the sunshine state in the days
we will take stage here at the florida state fairgrounds at 10:00 this morning and as i mentioned hundreds of people. you hear them chanting right now. they know that we are on right now. hundreds of people have packed in already. now nearly 60% of florida vo voters have already cast their ballots but experts believe 70% of the sunshine state will have voted by tuesday. pro jeption s right now showing clinton with the lead of less than 100,000 votes. so mentioned just too close to call. and florida widely considered a must win for donald trump. meanwhile, clinton has been hot on the campaign trail. her clinton machine, campaign machine has been churning at full throttle, plenty of star power at her rallies, bon jovi is performing tonight on her behalf in st. pete.
and beyonce last night. president obama and bill bill clintonton on the campaign trail for her. she is making a stop in the sunshine state later on today joining katy perry on stage. this one is a busy one for donald trump. from here go to north carolina, to nevada and then colorado to round out just his saturday alone. of course early voting continues through the weekend in the bay area. today the last day to vote in hillsborough, polk and pin pinellas. you will have today and tomorrow to get those early votes in before election day. i will send it back to you guys now. >> alcides: yeah, i know. a lot going on there. >> sorboni: fired-up crowd. >> reporter: busy. >> alcides: will see you in about a half hour. thank you so much. time right now is 8:34. a former polk county high school teacher is facing charges accused of inappropriately messaging multiple students there.
approached girls between june 2014 and march 2016 when he was working at ridge community high school. investigators say temple asked some of the students for nude photos and even asked one girl to play strip yoga. temple resigned in april when the investigation began. and it's another reminder to students. even an innocent joke can get knew big trouble. a 12-year-old was arrested friday after telling his classmates as well as a substitute teacher that he had a bomb. rb stewart middle school until zephyrhills and charged with making a false bomb report which are by the way is a second-degree felony. a scary school in hillsborough as a student brought a loaded gun to bloomingdale high school. they got a tip that the student had a gun in his bookbag. deputies were called to the school and they found the gun and arrested the student. police comb through a 1 100-acre south carolina
up there. kala brown was found locked inside a shipping container on thursday. they told police he and her boyfriend had gone to todd kal upp's home for a cleaning job and he ended up be a ducking them back in august. brown told police she was kept in that container ever since only taken out for short walks. she saw him shoot and kill her boyfriend charles carver. officials did find a body in a shallow grave yesterday morning but not clear if that person is carver >> we are not even close to identification. you know, i am not going to talk about the state of the -- of the deceased person. >> sorboni: 45-year-old is a convicted sex offender. accused of raping a 14-year-old girl. he is charged with kidnapping right now, but more charges are expected.
people hospitalized after being attacked inside a florida senior home by a squirrel. sounds like a joke at first, but really not, an 89-year-old woman was enjoying the swings around the deltona facility a squirrel jumped on her arm and jumped on her shoulder and head while she panicked and went into the exercise room. the squirrel went with her and bit a resident and a staffer. another staffer called 911. >> it's jumping on people and biting them and scratching th them. so we need help. we need some care for people here. >> they got people -- it's still in there. >> it is still this there and people are bleeding. there is another person in there. the squirrel has been tossed outside, but we need help for the people. not about the squirrel. >> sorboni: all of those people were treat emergency responders. an attack like that very rare. veterinarians say it happens when the animals feel cornered. they have set out squirrel
feed the animals. florida drivers are used to seeing a alligator cross the road but how about a pig. it it led to a whole lot of drivers stopping and taking a look at it. the humane society is calling her roly. recovering after a long journey into daytona beach. it was on i-95 and u.s. 92 on thursday time in. all started with a bizarre 911 call. >> there is a pig -- a huge pig in the there. and it is not a wild pig. this is a farm pig. and he's big. he is a big boy. he is -- he is a big hog. >> alcides: big boy all right. 200 pounds. took officers, animal control about 30 minutes to figure out how this put him in the tra trailer. they finally got roly into the trailer, and the shelter thinks that either someone lost a pet, maybe even a farm animal. they are hoping the owner will come forward.
maybe that pet of the week segment lindsey that we are talking about doing. what do you think? >> sorboni: alcides, you always wanted a giant pet pig. no home is complete without roly. >> alcides: i am not saying but cubans out there know exactly what i am talking ab about. >> sorboni: big changes -- don't talk about roly or wi wilbur, don't make me call charlotte. >> alcides: the changes that many people talking about and stay with us. there is another read. >> sorboni: true story. cooler weather is make can its way into the bay area. what better way to enjoy this then to get out and moving. the thinking behind this week's earth watch. we will be talking about that.
bob buesing... on the record. he sues tax payers to cover the outrageous cost of a lavish courthouse. buesing files forclosures on homes critical to seniors. his law firm is accused of running up costs on a school district at the expense of our kids. trailing in the polls, buesing
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getting some we're finally we're finally getting some cooler weather so finally we're finally getting some cooler weather so i well, humidity is lower and finally bearable to be outside especially for kids. tampa bay is part of a national movement to get kids to enjoy the great outdoors and embrace a take a look. >> all right, let's get at it. >> reporter: tampa bay is home to beautiful scenery like the hillsborough river state park. >> i think of all the animals that need help. so i like nature. >> reporter: many kids like tyrese kelly are still inside at afterschool programs late in the day. >> still in the classrooms, still indoors inside the gym, still in the ac. >> reporter: in the bay area getting outside for 60 minutes a day is the goal through a
initiative. part of first lady michelle obama's project to reduce childhood obesity. >> get more active. if you were outside as a kid you will want to start running around. >> you get fresh hair. you get to be outside. you see all the beautiful trees in the skies. >> through this initiative, nonprofits and afterschool programs work together. kids and adults spend more time connecting with nature. >> part of the whole initiative you have and work. >> reporter: giving back to the community like keeping the hillsborough river state park clean. >> keeping care of that does matter you see how all of florida is kebilityed. >> reporter: helping the environment and having fun. >> good to get out there and learn something new and do something different. >> lindsay: tampa is one of the three cities involved in the let's move outside initiative. if you want more information, go over to our web site at fox13news.com and click on the
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florida services are urging people to use caution when you burn outdoors because the number one cause of wildfires is human carelessness. over the summer, ballast point park was a hot spot for pokemon go players. hundreds of people would go out to that park after hours and catch them all. it would cause major traffic issues for tampa police and folks who live out there and now the game's developer has removed the poke-gym from that park and now -- there is the po catch the pokemon. no longer an issue, right, sorboni. >> sorboni: all the kids playing at least they had that fun during school vacation over the summer and quieting down. people of all ages with their heads buried in their phones and using up all the parking spots. so there is actually -- there is a little retirement facility there too. so it was causing a lot of problem for people traff traffic-wise. i guess you have to submit a formal request and everything.
get that all sorted out with the game makers. i don't know. >> lindsay: back to how the park should be. >> sorboni: perfect park and everybody can get out there and play. great beach weather. >> lindsay: especially if you head out there early with temperatures are the coolest. humidity is going down. a cold front that moved by. not as strong as the previous ones and don't wake up and expect to go outside and it is expected to be jacket weather. 62346 brookdale, bayshore good outside with that e east-northeast wind. a wind shift behind a cold front that moved through overnight. i have a couple of light showers at my house. one or two as well and the rain is long gone. obviously. look how clear the sky is, lakeland looking good at 64. again those winds aren't gusty yet and by the way and by the beach. at the beach near the coast at 70. hop over to lakeland at 64. brooksville at 64 and 68 in
as we head through the day and the next couple of days ave average-wise about 80. 82, we can handle that. and wednesday, a different day of the week 81. and mainly because of more clouds and slight rain chance. speaking of rain are, any showers in the wake of this front are not even south and spotty light in nature. look at all that clear sky. a good-looking day. sky tower radar obviously qu quiet. had a couple of sprinkles roll through overnight. those have exited. in the mid- to upper 60s. check out the reading of 61 in tampa and 59 in brooksville. that yellow is the stuff we like. the comfortable air mass that moves in through the day. what happens throughout the day as well, those winds kicking up. right now some of in that pleasant to moderate range on the dew point scale. flirt with invigorating later today. humidity very much manageable. this afternoon winds picking up. this morning they are okay and fairly light.
about say late morning and lunchtime you will notice a few gusts upwards of 20. there is the front behind this, that refreshing air mass. it is quiet across the eastern two-thirds of the country from this. high pressure thatis keeping things cool and quiet. 36 in columbus. but across the southeast, these aren't cool values. 53 in atlanta. 49 in new york city and that mild surge of air across the plains. it is 65 in dallas. into the evening tonight, that is when feeling a little cooler, but in is still closer to normal if not above normal for this time of year. you will wake up at 63 in bartow tomorrow, 59 in brooksville. 65 in tampa. 66 in st. pete. speaking of fall, we have f fall-like game-day forecasts. gators are away taking on the razorbacks. 69 degrees nor that 3:30 game. my seminoles taking on nc state away tonight. 7:00 that kickoff will feature layers. there is that cold front.
couple of sprinkles on the east coast and will stay dry. overnight, a cup of clouds. a few more clouds on sunday and sunday morning we fall back. make sure you change those clocks and remember that s sunrise tomorrow morning will be coming up at 6:45. it was 7:44 this morning. 82 for the high. down to 65. seasonably mild overnight. now with the earlier sunrise at 6:45. it gets darker earlier and we will be dealing with that shift the next a few more clouds on sunday. speaking of more clouds, around midweek and a really quiet stretch. a weak cold front friday and saturday but keep it warm in the day and mild at night. so enjoy it. we have a ton of special first birthdays this morning. let's start off with our first first birthday who goes out to wonder woman. she loves to dance and cuddle and i know you will have a wonderful day.
hey, megan. she loves to blow kisses, play outside from this photo and she loves minnie mouse and giving hugs. enjoy your day, sweetie. marly is turning 1. happy birthday. loves dancing, playing with her big brother and watching her kansas city chiefs. and one belated birthday to adriana who turned 1 who loves to watch the news believe it or not, play with her big
shelter dogs have inmates and shelter dogs, you can say they maybe have stuff in common. they are both in temporary housing, fearful of the unfamiliar situation and of what lies ahead. >>lc partnership, inmates and animal sensor, dogs are given a second chance. >> simpson, sit. good boy. >> reporter: sampson has been at the animal sent he for six months. >> he was a stray. and he was kind of like, very depressed and a little kind of broken down when he arrived. a little rough around the ed edges. >> reporter: the behavioral specialist and other volunteers worked with him, but there was still room for improvement. the per fact opportunity came
the travis county correctional complex. >> an absolute life saving partnership. >> reporter: on thursday, the austin animal center announced a new program that included inmates training dogs. it began in september. the four-week course trained four dogs. in the new course, a dozen male inmates are serving as tra trainers. as seen in this video shot by the sheriff's office, the inmates teach the dogs to be house trained and understand basic commands like sit, lie down and how to walk leash. all skills will improve a dog's chances of being adopted, but the inmates also stand to benefit. >> they come out with a piece of paper but more than a piece of paper. it is life skills and experiences that they can carry with them in the next leg of their journey, which we hope is a positive one full of opportunities. >> reporter: the sheriff's office and shelter will soon expand the program to include overnight stays, dogs will remain with the inmates in their cells. >>.when a pet it in a shelter, it is a very stressful
there. so it means everything to these pets to get out of that artificial environment. >> reporter: sampson is a new dog. >> he is loose. he is soft. he is gentle. he has very soft eyes. >> reporter: he is ready for family and are are bella, clifford, nigel, buzz and george. reporting in dell valley, reporting in dell valley, noelle newton, fox news this is mike's office. he doesn't get paid. too often marco rubio didn't show up and failed us when he did. i
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as the presidential as the presidential election comes down to its final few days.. both election comes down to its as the presidential election comes down to the final few days, trump and clinton are bringing their campaigns to the bay area. the details as they focus in on florida. >> alcides: look at those moves. how the down. the impressive moves to shake up a high school pep rally. from tampa bay's number one news station. this is "good day tampa bay." >> sorboni: good morning, everyone, so nice to have us with on "good day tampa bay." i am sorboni banerjee. >> alcides: i am alcides se segui. look at our forecast with